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Kate Hudson: Cocktails are my weakness

Published 20/08/2014

Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson says her mom Goldie Hawn never put pressure on her to look a certain way.

The actress is known for being super-fit and she’s even created sportswear range Fabletics for women who want to work out like her.

She’s the daughter of superstar Goldie Hawn and musician-and-actor Bill Hudson and says her mom’s outlook on life has kept her balanced.

“It’s not who my mother is,” Kate told UK TV show Good Morning Britain when asked if she felt pressure to look as good as her mom growing up.

“She’s not the type of woman who spends hours in front of a mirror or works out like a fiend to look a certain way. My mom is all about a healthy lifestyle but my mom knows how to have a good time; everyone has their vices.”

She added that the odd cocktail is hers and that she was excited when she appeared on Andy Cohen’s show in the US and was presented with a margarita.

“I couldn’t believe it,” she laughed. “I was like, ‘This is great; what a great show.’”

Kate and her partner Matt Bellamy have been together since 2010 and they have kids Bingham and Ryder together.

As a working mom, the gorgeous blonde knows how hard it can be to uphold a fitness regime. She hopes her Fabletics initiative will inspire others in a similar position.

“It’s something I’m passionate about because I feel like I wanna give women an opportunity to discover different ways they can try to motivate themselves,” she explained.

“Here lies why I started a company called Fabletics. Because I wanted to create a community where women could motivate themselves, afford active wear and be stylish while doing it.

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